Facial feminization surgery

Feminizing the face often involves multiple procedures. These include forehead setback and contouring, scalp advancement, hair transplantation, brow lift, rhinoplasty, cheek modification, lip lift, jaw contouring, genioplasty.

Facial masculinization surgery

Masculinizing the face often requires the use of implants to strengthen the appearance of the jaw. Other procedures include augmenting the brow bone or using cartilage to construct an Adam’s apple.

Facial aesthetic surgery

Facelift, necklift, and blepharoplasty are all procedures that can rejuvenate the aging face while injectables, such as fillers and neuromodulators (e.g. Botox) can help maintain a fresh and youthful appearance.


A rhinoplasty or “nose job” can be performed for functional reasons, cosmetic reasons, or both.

Breast and chest

Surgery of the breast and chest area often involves breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast lift, or gynecomastia surgery

Body Surgery

Body contouring often involves liposuction from the abdomen and waist and fat grafting to the hips or buttocks.


Non-surgical treatments often include neuromodulators (Such as Botox) and fillers.

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